Microsoft and Gradle Enterprise have joined forces to explore a novel approach to Gradle project import and building, based on the Build Server Protocol (BSP).
Five Ways to Use Gradle Enterprise to Identify and Manage Flaky Tests
Dealing with flaky tests is a significant challenge in software development. These unpredictable and inconsistent tests can pass or fail without any changes in code.
My Final Take on Gradle (vs. Maven)
Software development is a fast-changing field, and much of our understanding is based on personal experience. So here’s mine.
Build Rot: The Hidden Technical Debt in Maven and Gradle Builds
Explore the impact of Build Rot on build speed and test times, offering strategies for enhanced observability and Developer Productivity Engineering to optimize build processes.
Analyzing Dependencies in IntelliJ IDEA
Use IntelliJ IDEA to analyze dependencies in your project. Use the Dependency Analyzer to find specific dependencies, show conflicts and more, or use the Dependency Diagram in IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate.
How Gradle Works: Inside the Daemon
This is the second article of the series “How Gradle Works”. In this article, we’ll explain what happens inside the Gradle Daemon JVM.
Package Checker: Find & Fix Vulnerabilities with IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate
In this article, we’re going to take a look at the Package Checker plugin, that’s bundled with IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate!
How Gradle Works: Startup
This is the first of a series on how Gradle works! For example, how does Gradle start up and how many JVMs are involved in a Gradle build?
Modular Monolithic in Practice
In this article, you learn about the Modular Monolithic architecture and how you can create it using the Spring Framework and Gradle.
Managing Dependencies in IntelliJ IDEA
Learn the different ways in which we can view our project’s dependencies in IntelliJ IDEA, and the different focus for each view.
Building JavaFX with Gradle
I decided to create two Gradle build scripts that apply to modular and non-modular Java projects. Take a look — what do you think?